Abatement

n. abatement has different contexts of usage, which are, 1) chancery practice, is a suspension of all proceedings in a …

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Abet

v. to encourage or set another on to commit a crime. This word is always taken in a bad sense. …

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Abeyance

n.abeance in old french means gaping. It is a state of expectancy in respect of property, title, etc in cases …

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Able-Bodied

adj. physically capable of, say being able to earn and pay to support child or spouse after separation.

Abortion

n. an abortion is the termination of a pregnancy associated with the death of an embryo or a fetus. In …

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Abrogate

v. literal meaning is formal annulling. In civil law the word is used to describe the destruction or annulling of …

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Abscond

v. to travel covertly out of the jurisdiction of the courts, or to conceal oneself in order to avoid their …

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